The Sunday comics are falling apart

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Why do we have to be subjected to an advertisement attached to the comics in the Sunday paper? When you try to read them, the pages fall apart!

Please give the designer of this section another job to do.

David Gibson

North Augusta, S.C.

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Jackson 02/28/11 - 08:37 am
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I totally agree!!!!!! Another

I totally agree!!!!!!
Another thing is that it's almost impossible to find the comics among all the advertisements!

Carleton Duvall
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Carleton Duvall 02/28/11 - 09:26 am
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I am a little confused, RA.

I am a little confused, RA. How does printing them save the trees. They have already been printed in the paper then if you print them again it would seem to me that it is having the opposite effect.

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follower 02/28/11 - 10:01 am
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With all of the serious

With all of the serious issues in the country, it's hard to believe that someone would write about difficulty with the comics page.

Mr. Gibson, if you try a little harder, you can adapt. Most folks realize the AC is saving 2/3's of a page [less trees] by printing it this way.

Carleton Duvall
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Carleton Duvall 02/28/11 - 12:29 pm
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People's concern about saving

People's concern about saving trees is commendable. However, I doubt that is the AC's concern. I would think that they are more concerned about cost and exposing their advertisers to readers. To those that are concerned about the cutting of trees , you can rest easy. Paper companies plant far more trees each year than are cut.

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david jennings 02/28/11 - 06:17 pm
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Follower I agree with you

Follower I agree with you 100%,but Mr.Gibson is not the only one this ad technique chaps.What I do is take a deep breath and just tear the left side off while making darn sure I dont acknowledge what it says.I took an oath long ago I would not patronize the offer even if the tires,whatever were free.

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